EDUSERVE is a private consultancy service offering support to educational institutions and social enterprises to align their key objectives with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Framework 2030. Consultancy & Training is provided on Social Inclusion, Diversity, Personal Development & Integration of Sustainable Development Goals in the school curriculum.

Shaista Khan is a Pakistani born-Australian national now living in the UK. This initiative has been set up by her to bridge the gap between policy makers and practitioners by helping educational institutions understand the universal Sustainable Development Goals that are crucial for our sustainability; and practically implement them in their teaching and community initiatives. With educational institutions, EDUSERVE serves to fulfil SDG 4.7  to build a culture of global mindedness in young people to enable them to develop into competent and active global citizens.

Shaista is a social entrepreneur who has worked on several international and national-level education, social enterprise and community projects in Pakistan, Australia and UK. Over the years, Shaista has created a niche as a marketing communications professional in the charity sector. She is a strong advocate of cultural diversity and has a passion for humanitarian work. She is also a lecturer at the University of Bedfordshire and uses her passion and personal experiences to inspire her students on understanding the social change process and the dynamics of social cohesion. She is very passionate about building a positive will to assist forced migrants and campaigning on the positive contributions of migrants to achieve SDG 3 , 6 and 8. She volunteers with the United Nations Association-Luton and is always willing to contribute to community initiatives.

As a certified Master Coach, accredited trainer and a community activist Shaista  works with vulnerable audiences and coaches individuals through her coaching business  to reach their full potential.


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